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Tim Gilmer

Bully Pulpit: Penalized for Working

Who would have thought that today, as we approach the 25th anniversary of the ADA, a quadriplegic high school teacher would have to fight her own government in order to keep teaching?

John Martinson uses a swingarm to load his chair onto his trike.

Motorvation: Motorcycles

There are many ways for wheelchair users to modify motorcycles and catch the wind once again.

Jason Roy

SCI Life: January 2015

Jason Roy, an incomplete C5 quad, has lived a life full of parallels. A former city of Houston police officer paralyzed in a car chase in 2011, he has seen both sides of life — with and without a spinal cord injury.

Para/Medic: Options For Dealing With Hemorrhoids

Para/Medic: Options For Dealing With Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are extremely common in people with SCI, and the longer you have been injured, the more likely you are to get them.

Mike Ervin

Ervin: Invalid Weather

You know it’s invalid weather when you see the local invalid out sitting in the local park.

Crip Buzz: January 2015

Crip Buzz: January 2015

In her viral Youtube parody of “All About That Bass,” Heather Schouten sings, “Yeah it’s pretty clear, these legs don’t work no more, but I can roll it, roll, swiftly across that floor.”

Letters: January 2015

Letters: January 2015

Consumer Guide, Exercise for Quads, Affordable Vans

Tim Gilmer

Bully Pulpit: Who We Are and Why

At NM we have a commitment to correcting a longstanding cultural bias I like to call “handicrap.”

Michael Collins

Everyday Advocacy: Driving for Ridesharing Companies

Should adaptive vehicle owners consider driving for ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft?

Gripability

SCI Life: December 2014

Drag Racer Marcus Culvert; grip assistance device; wind-powered beach buggy for wheelers.